Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1357 New collision attacks against 3DES, Blowfish allow for cookie decryption
RC4 apparently is no longer the lone pariah among smaller cryptographic ciphers. Already broken and set for deprecation by the major browser and technology makers, RC4 could shortly have company in Triple-DES (3DES) and Blowfish.

Researchers are set to present new attacks against 64-bit ciphers that allow for the recovery of authentication cookies from 3DES-protected traffic in HTTPS and the recovery of usernames and passwords from OpenVPN traffic, which is secured by default by Blowfish.
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#1358 Opera brings its free VPN service to Android
#1357 New collision attacks against 3DES, Blowfish allow for cookie decryption
#1356 Wildfire ransomware code cracked: Victims can now unlock encrypted files for free
#1355 How good is Tibet's Beijing-backed search engine?
#1354 2015–16 annual DDoS threat landscape report
#1353 Juniper confirms leaked NSA exploits affect its firewalls
#1352 Has your internet provider been compromised? Malicious insiders are helping cybercriminals hack telecoms firms
#1351 Android Nougat winners and losers: Will your phone get an upgrade to Google's latest OS?
#1350 Timing of browser-based security alerts could be better
#1349 GozNym banking trojan targeting German banks
#1348 NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought
#1347 Wildfire, the ransomware threat that takes Holland and Belgium hostage
#1346 Massive data leak hits French submarine company
#1345 University hit 21 times in one year by ransomware
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